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Old 07-19-2011, 12:28 AM   #1
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Default DRIFT Kit Debate!

Which is better? TB03 Drift Spec or Yokomo Drift Kit? Parts wise, reliability and well performance (DRIFT WISE).
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Old 07-19-2011, 04:32 AM   #2
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Old 07-19-2011, 06:53 AM   #3
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I would like to know this as well. I'm looking at getting a better chassis and need some information on what one to get! I'll take recommendations if anyone has any.

Bump for this topic cause it's relevant!
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Old 07-19-2011, 07:44 AM   #4
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Which Yokomo? Type C, Dmax, or DRB? Or the older Type B? There's an Official Drift Thread in this forum, might want to read and post there. There are several guys there with Yoks, and I think one or 2 with Tamiyas.
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Old 07-19-2011, 08:43 AM   #5
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Any 4WD tourer will drift! No one is better than the other...just depends how you set it up. You should look at what parts are readily available or what you can get off the net then base your decision on that! Or decide which chassis design/layout appeals to you and go with it.

There is no wrong or right answer here!!!!

Personally I would go with the TB03 out of your options as I am a bug Tmaiya fan!. I have had a yokomo SD before but did not like the way it went together compared to the Tamiya stuff. personal choice...someone else may feel differently towards the Yokomo!

Both are great products
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I have heard that the Hot Bodies TCFD is the latest and greatest.
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I have heard that the Hot Bodies TCFD is the latest and greatest.
It's not released yet and it's definitely not the greatest.
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i might get a couple of guys saying im nuts.......But i bought the exceed madspeed drift for 120.00 shipped you can buy it 2 ways brushed or brushless both come 2.4 .fit and finish is good it has alot of hopups and it comes with balldiffs that associated balls fit maybe the gear but i did not have to change nothing on the car yet.I have a 4300 kv motor in mine and have no problems with it so far.The car is nice and smooth only thing i hear is the dogbones but im buying cvd's next.
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i run an hpi sprint 2, brushless, t drifts. few upgrades. its dope.
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